Auctioneers were kept on the hop in Brisbane last week as our city saw a rise in the number of events. Photo: Annette DewBrisbane was one of only two capital cities to see auction volumes increase in the CoreLogic Property Market Indicators Summary for the week ending 16th July.“Adelaide and Brisbane were the only cities to see a slight increase in auction volumes this week, while Melbourne had the highest number of auctions scheduled (753),” CoreLogic said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours agoIn comparison, the number of capital city auctions across Australia continued their falling trend.“The number of homes taken to auction across the capital cities has fallen for the 4th week in a row, with just 1612 auctions held this week, down from 1766 last week, although higher than this time last year when 1391 properties went under the hammer,” Corelogic said.But while Queenslander sellers were warming to the idea of winter auctions, clearance rates showed buyers are still to fall in love with the process.“The preliminary clearance rate for the city (Brisbane) is 44.8 per cent, down from 55.7 per cent last week and lower than one year ago, when 47 per cent of the 120 properties taken to auction were successful,” CoreLogic said.Brisbane’s clearance was only slightly higher than Perth’s which recorded a figure of 44.4 per cent last week.Melbourne continued to fire with a clearance rate of 77.4 per cent for the week, Sydney came in second place at 72.9 per cent followed closely by Canberra at 72.7 per cent.
GUWAHATI: Assam suffered humiliating defeat against Haryana in the Vijay Hare Cricket Tournament in Chennai today. Haryana won the tie by 8 wickets.It was the pathetic batting which is responsible for the poor show of Assam in the match. Entire team were bowled out paltry 81 runs and eight of the batsmen failed to score double-figure runs.Elected to bat, Assam made good start as both the openers Riyan Parag and Parvez Aziz added 39 runs in 8.2 overs. Thereafter the collapse started and the entire team were bowled out adding only 42 runs on the board. Riyan (24) was the top scorer and his opening partner Parvez scored 13. The other batsman who reached double-figure was Arup Das (10).Entire middle and lower order today failed to come out as per expectation as Gokul Sarma (0), Sibsankar Roy (3), Amit Sinha (2), Romario Sharma (4), Wasiqur Rahman (4), Jitumoni Kalita (9), Abu Nechim Ahmed (2) were not able to stay on the wickets for a long period. Mrinmoy Dutta remained not out on 3. Former Team India member Amit Sinha picked up 6-13.In reply, Haryana reached the target in 11.2 overs losing two wickets. SG Rohila remained not out on 31 while his opening partner H Patel scored 37 runs before got out. Riyan Parag and Amit Sinha picked up one wicket each.
If all that is part of yesterday, Álvaro García today is also news. The Competition Committee has punished Isi with two matches after his expulsion against Elche, for which the doors of ownership open for the Andalusian. The winger points eleven against his ex and would return to the starting team, something that it had not happened since the day of Oviedo, five days ago. However, that would not be the only change to which Paco Jémez would be forced, since the central Milic is also low by sanction (five yellow). The game against Cádiz appears and all eyes are on him. Álvaro García takes center stage for his past and also for his present. The extreme utrerano, 27 years old, He played in the Cádiz team for three seasons (2015-18) and experienced the promotion to Second. It was precisely in the yellow ranks and under the orders of Álvaro Cervera that he began to emerge, to the point of becoming the most expensive signing in Rayo history. The franjirrojo club paid around five million in this operation.